Thursday, November 30, 2006

Sleep Without Snoring?

BeansTalk Note: We haven’t tried this, so we cannot personally vouch for its effectiveness. However, we think that people who sleep with snorers probably will do anything to get them to stop, so it may be worth a try.

“Sleep, sleep, beauty bright, dreaming in the joy of night”, said William Blake. As many celebrities know, sleep is key to achieving beauty. While getting enough sleep is crucial, so is how you sleep.

Oxygen has been hailed as one of the latest cures for aging skin in the world of beauty from oxygen therapy to oxygen facials. Premature aging can be prevented though with a simple good night’s sleep and intake of oxygen.

First Impressions introduces SnoreEzzz, a pillow that not only reduces snoring but helps oxygenate and invigorate the skin! SnoreEzzz positions the head so that the neck is extended and the airways are opened leaving the sleeper with more oxygen intake and a better nights’ sleep. As more oxygen is taken in, vessels below the skin’s surface are allowed to flow freely and clearer breathing is achieved.

Here’s a fact to ponder….

One third of a person’s life is spent in bed, so why do people only spend pennies on pillows (unlike expensive duvets and mattresses)?

According to Renee Rouleau of Renee Rouleau Skin Care Salon in Dallas, a person’s sleeping position also affects aging. “Resting your face on the pillow in the same way every night for years on end also leads to wrinkles,” says Rouleau.

Called sleep lines, these wrinkles eventually become etched on the surface of the skin and no longer disappear when the head is not resting on the pillow. Women who tend to sleep on their sides are most likely to see these lines appear on the chin and cheeks. Rouleau recommends trying to sleep on your back.

Attached is more info on SnoreEzzz and its snore reducing properties. SnoreEzzz is available to purchase at or by calling 212-828-2747.